Visual Colour Selector previews colours from several built-in colour definition (palette) files (and users can also add their own palette files using a simple text format), allows clipboard copying of colour names and RGB values in decimal or hex, allows users to create new palettes from selected palette colours or from a random generator, filters the selected palette to optimise for visual colour separation, can allow for selectable colour deficiencies, evaluates optimised colours by contrast between light and dark colours according to WCAG 2.0 criteria, and previews and converts image files with optional colour deficiency simulation.
For further details, see this wxWidgets Discussion Forum post:
Screenshot on Ubuntu:
Created using wxWidgets 3.0.2, targeting Linux distros including at least Ubuntu, Debian, Mint and Fedora.
Can be downloaded from the following web site, which includes online help files, installation instructions, and checksums:
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